Gotta check out PInvoke.net


Adam Nathan spent sometime over the weekend putting up this little site pinvoke.net.  It is a very cool Wiki for Win32 PInvoke signatures…  I can’t wait to see what the community does with this!  


 


Cool — Charlie Kindel picked it up as well.

Comments (8)

  1. Roger Heim says:

    Great idea except every link under the directory causes a scripting error.

  2. Ahh – right, I will pass that along Roger… The trick is you have to click on the little plus sign to expand the list..

  3. Luc Cluitmans says:

    I already wrote about this in Duncan Mackenzie’s blog; the site simply does not work for me: http://blogs.msdn.com/duncanma/archive/2004/04/19/116495.aspx .

    The main reason is the dependency on a script in a *.vbs file, which is happily blocked by my company’s firewall (a second reason is that I use Mozilla as my browser 🙂 ). Clicking the ‘+’ signs simply has no effect at all.

    Using a VBS file for scripting is acceptable in an intranet environment, but please don’t try it on the internet…

  4. Adam Nathan says:

    Thanks for your comments. I’ll address this shortly, as use of the site is rising faster than I expected. 🙂

  5. pass by says:

    o,that’s GREAT!

  6. Don’t have time to code up a P/Invoke definition? Just go to http://pinvoke.net/ to find your unmanaged